Need some help with SQL Query and GROUP BY

sql.Format("SELECT A.DebitorenNr, A.Name1 AS Name,A.Ort, SUM(B.Einheitbez14wert)AS Gewicht,\
					  COUNT(B.ABNr) AS Auf\
					  FROM Auftragsbestätigungen AS A, Auftragsbestätigungspositionen AS B\
					  WHERE A.ABNr=B.ABNr AND\
					  A.FakturiertAktiv=%d AND A.storniertAktiv=%d AND\
			                  B.Einheitbez1wert<>%d AND B.Einheitbez1wert<>%d AND\
                                          B.Einheitbez1wert<>%d AND\
                                          B.KalkulationMetallwarenIDNr<>''\
					  GROUP BY A.DebitorenNr ,A.Name1, A.Ort\
					  ORDER BY CAST(A.DebitorenNr AS BIGINT)",0,0,50,97,0);

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I am filling my list view with these data:
Holder_Name                 = m_ptrRs->GetCollect("Name");
Holder_Ort                      = m_ptrRs->GetCollect("Ort");
Holder_KundenNr           = m_ptrRs->GetCollect("DebitorenNr");
Holder_Gewicht              = m_ptrRs->GetCollect("Gewicht");
Holder_Auftraege            = m_ptrRs->GetCollect("Auf");
I now what to add a column with the last Order No = ABNr and the newest order date = ABdatum

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Hello,
I am filling a list view with these data. I also would like to list the last (highest) ABNr. No. and the last (newest) order date for
each  Name that were saved in the sql table.


In the table = Auftragsbestätigungen is the order date = ABdatum (datetime)

Please help.
Thank you very much.


Best regards,
Thomas
Thomas StockbrueggerAsked:
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Na, das ist doch leicht ;-).

Just add
max(ABNr) as MaxABNr,\
max(ABDatum) as LetztesDatum,\

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as second line.
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Thomas StockbrueggerAuthor Commented:
Thank you, that was easy.
Best regards,
Thomas
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